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Investors observe the stock market at a stock exchange hall in Fuyang, Anhui province of China.

Discussing oil's rally Tuesday, and the Chinese stock market, with Wayne Cooperman, Cobalt Capital Management, and Leon Cooperman, Omega Advisors Chairman & CEO.

Two views on Twitter 40 Mins Ago
Two views on Twitter

Twitter says its monthly active users were 316 million in the recent quarter. Ross Gerber, Gerber Kawasaki CEO, and Max Wolff, Manhattan Venture Partners, share their view of the company.

Leon Cooperman: Allergan trying to move up

Discussing the big run in Allergan, with Wayne Cooperman, Cobalt Capital Management, and Leon Cooperman, Omega Advisors Chairman & CEO.

Astro's shift Swift concert

The Houston Astros moved a Taylor Swift concert on October 13th to September 9th in the event they make the playoffs.

Oil kicks market into hyperdrive: Cashin

CNBC's Bob Pisani and Bill Griffeth talk to Art Cashin, UBS, about the turnaround in energy in Tuesday's trading, and what to expect from the markets during Wednesday's Fed meeting.

Twitter Q2 monthly active users

CNBC's Julia Boorstin provides detail on Twitter's monthly active user number.

Yelp earnings out 51 Mins Ago
Yelp earnings out

Yelp is reporting a loss in earnings per share on revenue of $134 million, with CNBC's Josh Lipton.

Average Twitter MAUs: 316 million

Twitter is reporting EPS of $0.07 adjusted on revenue of $502 million, with CNBC's Julia Boorstin.

Hep C revenue beats at Gilead

Giilead is reporting $3.15 adjusted on revenue of $8.2 billion, and worldwide hepatitis C revenues beat, reports CNBC's Meg Tirrell.

Blue Collar Millionaires: From a frugal start to $25 million

Louis Bruno started Bruno Air Conditioning with a small savings. He explains how that meager savings gave him a competitive advantage that eventually led him to success.

Blue Collar Millionaires: Who needs school when you're making millions?

Despite dropping out of high school and college, Brian Scudamore, has turned his business, 1-800-Got-Junk, into a multi-million dollar business with over 160 franchises.

Tesla faces Chinese copycats

CNBC's Phil LeBeau provides insight to the vehicle in China looking just like Tesla's Model S, called the "Youxia X."

Best quarter for Ford since 2000

CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on Ford's quarterly earnings.

Sad news for the baby boomers

Discussing declining homeownership in the U.S., with Danielle DiMartino Booth, former advisor at the Dallas Federal Reserve. She says her greatest concern for the housing market is with the baby boomers who need to sell their homes.

Blue Collar Millionaires: Earth worm growers wanted

Mark & Arlita Purser make millions selling worms but how does one get into the worm industry in the first place?

30 Minutes to the Close: Comeback in oil

Matt Cheslock, Virtu Financial, looks at the rally in oil, and expectations for Twitter's earnings.

Energy could be set to rally: Top Technician

Oil stocks are in the midst of their worst losing streak since 1989. But according to Jonathan Krinsky, the energy space could bet set to rally.

Fed Survey: US GDP forecast

CNBC's Steve Liesman shares the results of the Fed Survey, in which participants were asked about their expectations for economic growth.

Twitter to report earnings: What to watch

What do investors need to hear from Twitter's quarterly earnings after the bell, with Ben Schachter, Macquarie Research senior Internet analyst.

American Greed: Brooks' sense of entitlement

David Brooks allegedly forges a document to prove his lavish spending are legitimate business expenses.

American Greed: Cutting corners on U.S. military body armor

Workers at David Brooks' body armor company notice problems in the product that is supposed to save lives, while Brooks rakes in millions in government contracts.

American Greed: A $10 million party

David Brooks spares no expense to throw his daughter an outrageous party, hiring Aerosmith and 50 Cent, but it's all on the company's dime.

American Greed: 'In Harm's Way'

A U.S. military contractor loots his company of $190 million and goes on a wild spending spree, including a reported $10 million party for his teenage daughter and a $100,000 diamond encrusted belt buckle.

The big biz behind fantasy sports

Jason Robins, Draft Kings CEO, discusses the industry of fantasy sports.

Street Talk: BECN under the radar

"Power Lunch" hosts Melissa Lee and Brian Sullivan look at 5 stocks with analyst recommendations, including AutoNation and Baidu.

Big fight over the big bank

Should America revive the Export-Import bank? Dan Ikenson, Director of the Center for Trade Policy Studies at Cato and Mike Madowitz, Economist at the Center for American Progress, discuss.

CNBC update: NFL upholds Tom Brady's suspension

Representatives from 70 countries are meeting in Spain on counter-terrorism strategies, and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has upheld the 4 game suspension of Tom Brady, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.

China markets historically wild: Pro

Insight to the action in China's stock market, and buildup of debt in the economy there, with Ken Brown, Wall Street Journal Asia Finance Editor & Hong Kong Bureau Chief.

Closing Bell Exchange: Buy China?

Discussing the Chinese economy versus the U.S., with Kim Forrest, Fort Pitt Capital Group; Ben Willis, Princeton Securities; and CNBC's Rick Santelli.

3 bedroom house for 2 million!?

Justin Fichelson, star of "Million Dollar Listing San Francisco," Climb Real Estate luxury broker, shows off some pricey homes in San Francisco as home prices surge.

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